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Twenty-seventh session of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

12 - 17 November 2007 | Valencia, Spain

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Highlights for Wednesday, 14 November 2007

On Wednesday, delegates continued line-by-line deliberations on Topics 3 and 4 of the Summary for Policymakers of the AR4 Synthesis Report, working in three plenary sessions until 11:00pm. Contact groups on new material under Topic 3 and reasons for concern continued to meet throughout the day, and informal groups attempted to resolve smaller disagreements.

Plenary Session

The morning plenary session began after contact groups met again at 8:30am.

Stephen Schneider, Core Writing Team member Plenary Panel
Richard Odingo (Kenya), IPCC Vice-Chair Jean-Pascal van Ypersele, Belgium
Oyvind Christophersen, Norway Ko Barrett, US David A Warrilow, UK

Contact Group 1: New material in Section 3

Contact Group chairs Richard Odingo, Kenya and Don Lemmen, Canada
Dan Walker, US Aysar Ahmed Tayeb, Saudi Arabia

Contact Group 2: Reasons for Concern

David Wratt (New Zealand), Contact Group Chair

Shira Yoffe, US Peter Lukey, South Africa Klaus Radunsky, Austria

Plenary Session

The plenary went from 3:00-6:00pm and continued from 8:00-11:00pm

Anand Patwardhan, India Marc Gillet, France Jose Romero, Switzerland
El Sayed Sabry Mansour, Egypt Leonard Nurse, Core Writing Team member Ronald Flipphi, Netherlands

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